FBI Charges Guy Who Pulled Emergency Break on Train as Neo-Nazi Terrorist

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
January 7, 2018

People pull the emergency break on trains all over America all the time.

Sometimes it’s teenage pranksters. Other times it’s schizophrenics. Maybe it’s someone who just wants to see what happens.

Nothing in this instance of a man who pulled the break on an Amtrak train points to “terrorism.” But the Anti-Defamation League is demanding the FBI give them something to work with when they’re forced to defend their conspiracy to shut down political dissidents.

Now the feds are making hay out of the fact that this kook had an NSM business card in his pocket.

Time:

A man with ties to white supremacist groups has been charged with terrorism after he allegedly tried to derail an Amtrak train, according to newly unsealed court documents.

Federal authorities say Taylor Michael Wilson, 26, suddenly sent a Missouri-bound Amtrak passenger train hurtling to a halt in rural Nebraska on Oct. 22, 2017 when he breached a restricted area and trigged the emergency brakes about 2 a.m.

The suspect from St. Charles had ties to white supremacy groups and an “interest in killing black people,” according to an FBI affidavit unsealed Wednesday. It’s unclear if those activities had anything to do with his attempted train attack.

At the time of the Amtrak incident, he was armed with multiple weapons, including handguns, a knife and a hammer, authorities said.

Federal authorities say Taylor Michael Wilson, 26, suddenly sent a Missouri-bound Amtrak passenger train hurtling to a halt in rural Nebraska on Oct. 22, 2017 when he breached a restricted area and trigged the emergency brakes about 2 a.m.

The suspect from St. Charles had ties to white supremacy groups and an “interest in killing black people,” according to an FBI affidavit unsealed Wednesday. It’s unclear if those activities had anything to do with his attempted train attack.

At the time of the Amtrak incident, he was armed with multiple weapons, including handguns, a knife and a hammer, authorities said.

Witnesses told investigators Wilson was erratic and insisted he was in charge. “I’m the conductor, b—h,” Wilson allegedly said, according to the affidavit.

Wilson has been charged with terrorism attacks and other violence against railroad carriers and mass transportation systems.

If a man armed to the teeth wants to kill black people on the train, why doesn’t he use his weapons?

If you want to derail the train, why not read the guide put out by Antifa?

This story is a load of bullshit.

Looking to see what happens when the trial gets off the ground will be – alongside the James Fields case – a pivotal moment in American criminal justice.

If ZOG actually convicts a man as a terrorist for having an NSM business card in his wallet while goofing around in a train’s conductor seat and pulling the emergency break, we’ve officially passed the point of no return.

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